A Way Out Developer Criticizes Roger Ebert’s Anti-Video Game Views
A Way Out developer Josef Fares has talked about Roger Ebert’s views on video games as art, refuting the critic’s views on the medium as a whole. Ebert stirred up controversy in in 2010, when he stated that “video games cannot be art,” and his article on the matter opened up a discussion on the matter and whether video games as a whole could ever be considered art.
This view has grown more outdated by the year, and some of the work Fares has created certainly points towards video games as art. The developer, who was previously a filmmaker before turning to video game creation, made ...
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